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And then...the third book in the series abandons the best characters in favor of one who is thoroughly unlikeable - and creates hundreds, if not thousands, of clones of him throughout the world. Just one example of how this third book goes off the rails: If Marcus is really a collection of duplicates out there in the world - how has no one on the planet not made the connection? The odds of someone seeing two or three of this guy and wondering what's up are close to 100%. That's never explained, but then again, most of the third book defies explanation. Because alternate realities, I guess.
It's perplexing because Bertauski can obviously write tight, well-woven, interesting plot lines. I'm wondering if he wasn't committed to a trilogy and just got tired of this particular world. Very sad. Hint: Nix was a character worth exploring far more in Book III - he's your hero. Essentially ignoring him in the third book was a fatal mistake.
Loved all three books. Read them nonstop this week. Have to admit third book (archetypes) tended to be a bit confusing. I think I understood the concept but the jumping back in time sequences I don't think added to fluidity of story -served as a detractor and for me a lessened the impact of ending.
Otherwise loved everything about the books. Eager to read more soon.
I loved how you're able to follow the same characters as they grew older.
I loved the "controversial" view points that were shown throughout the books, very relatable to now with all the political and social controversies.